Lovely poem. It is hard for us to reconcile that the One Who made burning eyes of a Tyger also made sweet innocent eyes of a lamb. Though hard to accept our peace lies in recognizing it. Or knowing that questions can never be answered.
A memorable consideration of the tiger, burning bright in the night. The first stanza and the last one are the same-
very effective as rhetoric. Again, Blake asks many questions and they are rhetorical questions for effect, not
for answers. Good contrast between the fearful, dangerous tiger, and the Lamb (of God) . Did the God of goodness create the menacing tiger? If so, why?